The University of Melbourne, the Australia-Indonesia Centre and CAUSINDY partner to transform Aus-Indo bilateral relationship

The University of Melbourne, the Australia-Indonesia Centreand CAUSINDY have joined forces tohelp transform the Australia-Indonesia bilateral relationship to one that will offer solid links to industry, government and academia.

“The University of Melbourne with the Australia-Indonesia Centre is very pleased to again partner with CAUSINDY to support dialogue and collaboration between emerging leaders in Indonesia and Australia,” said Professor Simon Evans, Pro-Vice Chancellor (International) of the University of Melbourne.

The University of Melbourne is consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world. It is also home to a global centre of excellence for Indonesian law, governance and legal culture, while the Australia-Indonesia Centre is a multi-stakeholder initiative of the Australian and Indonesian governments to generate high-impact research and activities.

“The understanding and mutual regard that is developed through our shared collaborations have transformative potential – not only for the individuals involved, but for the bilateral relationship,” Professor Evans said.

Many of the University’s Indonesian alumni have gone on to become leaders in industry, government and academia in Indonesia and underpin the essential people-to-people links between Australia and Indonesia.

“CAUSINDY is thrilled to co-partner with the University of Melbourne and the Australia-Indonesia Centre again, particularly given their well-known expertise in Indonesian studies and proud history of Asian engagement,” said Edgar Myer, Chief Operating Officer of CAUSINDY

The University of Melbourne and the Australia-Indonesia Centre have been long-time partners of CAUSINDY and they have produced many delegates and speakers over the years.

“We look forward to bringing CAUSINDY to Melbourne in October this year,” said Myer.